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Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk

The Tudor era was a period of phenomenal building with elaborate palaces, such as Richmond, Nonsuch and Hampton Court and the huge country houses such as Longleat and Hardwick Hall, some of which can be visited today. In addition to constructing buildings, the Tudor monarchs, peerage and gentry added to and modified existing buildings from earlier eras. Some buidlings, such as the Tower of London have phases of construction in every century from William the Conqueror to the modern day. Below you'll find the history and images of just some of the buildings and towns that have a relationship to Tudor history. More coming soon!

'Black and White' Tudor Buildings

Greenwich Palace and Park

Hampton Court Palace

Hatfield - Church, House, Old Palace and Park

Hever Castle

Holyroodhouse (Palace of), Scotland

Kenilworth Castle

Nonsuch Palace

Penshurst Place

Richmond Palace

Sudeley Castle

The Tower of London

Warwick Castle and Town

Westminster Abbey

Windsor Castle